The Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires presents the exhibition "With a life of his own", a monographic exhibition by the Argentine artist David Lamelas (Buenos Aires, 1946), a pioneer of conceptual art and one of the great protagonists of the Argentine artistic scene in the 60s.
With a life of his own: David Lamelas at MALBA
From March 24th to May 5th there is an exhibition of the Argentine group "Escombros" created in 1988.
Banners: Escombros Group at WALDEN Gallery
Unitl May 13th you can see in the central hall of the Museo del Chopo an exhibition of the Mexican artist Tania Candiani consisting of three stages: the first will install a sewing workshop where two seamstresses will make a large aerostatic balloon, piece main of the exhibition. The second stage consists in the rise and fall of the balloon, as a unique presentation for the public on the day of the inauguration. And the third stage will consist in the exhibition of the balloon inside the gallery.
Captive Ascension: Tania Candiani at the Museo Universitario del Chopo
The Argentine gallery ROLF ART presents a solo show of Marcos López: In-Continente, from March 21st to May 31th, 2018
In-Continente: Marcos Lopez at ROLF
Miró: the experience of looking, is an exhibition that presents valuable pieces of the collection of the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, and which arrives in Perú after the great success achieved in 2017 at the National Museum of Fine Arts of Buenos Aires.
Miró: the experience of looking, now at the MALI
Aldo Sessa's Archive 1958-2018: 60 years of images will present more than 700 photographs shot between 1958 and the present of the celebrated Argentine photographer.
Aldo Sessa at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires
Hunter East Harlem Gallery (HEHG) at Hunter College and El Museo del Barrio are pleased to present the exhibition QUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio’s Collection. The group exhibition features a selection of works from the East Harlem-based museum’s Permanent Collection that prompt a multifarious dialogue not only around society and gender but simultaneously refutes a homogenized view of Latinx art.
QUEENIE: Selected artworks by female artists from El Museo del Barrio’s Collection
Bolivian artist Andrés Pereira Paz presents a solo show at the Peruvian Gallery Crisis from March 16th to April 13th.
Rayo Purita or the future is that which we carry in our back: Andrés Pereira Paz at Crisis Gallery
Alimentación General presents The similarity and the pause, a project between the artist Francisco Medail and the art historian Juan Cruz Pedroni, which explores the relationship between publishing practice, the time of a collection and the modes of photography as reproduction.
La semejanza y la pausa: Medail & Pedroni
The Time of the end: 9 artists at Galería ICPNA Miraflores
A personal selection of the most representative works of the Colombian creator Oscar Muñoz arrives at the Sorigué Foundation Museum with the exhibition "Oscar Muñoz: des/materializaciones", curated by the artist himself along with Ana Vallés, director of the Foundation. The artist gathers in this exhibition key pieces of his career as well as a very particular vision of his wide artistic proposal.
Oscar Muñoz at Fundació Sorigué
The Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires opens on March 15th two exhibitions of photographs dedicated to the South African artist Zanele Muholi and the Argentine photographer Alberto Goldenstein.
Photography at the Museo Moderno de Buenos Aires: Alberto Goldenstein and Zanele Muholi
From March 17 to April 1, 2018, the most important modern art museum in London receives resumes for the position of Senior Curator.
Tate Modern seeks Senior Curator specialized in photography
From the 13th to the 20th of May the graphic work of the artist Claudio Tozzi from the last fifty years will be presented at the Caixa de San Pablo.
Claudio Tozzi's retrospective show at the Caixa Sao Paolo
Lines of Flight is Darío Escobar’s third solo exhibition with Josée Bienvenu gallery. Since the 1990s, Escobar's work explores concepts of cultural and historical hybridity.
Lines of Flight: Darío Escobar at Josée Bienvenu Gallery
The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago present the first exhibition devoted entirely to the iconic artist of Brazilian modernism in the United States, with more than 100 works that include paintings, drawings, sketchbooks, photographs and documents historical collections from Latin America, Europe and the United States.
Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil at MoMA
The director of the CAPC, Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux, was dismissed from her position, triggering the repudiation of more than 50 of her colleagues, who through an open letter unmask the injustice suffered by women with high positions in the cultural institutions of France.
Open letter against the dismissal of María Inés Rodríguez
A collective exhibition inspired in literature brings works by 30 contemporary artists from different countries, along with a program with Cabaret nights, literary saraus, performances, seminars and film sessions.
Unanime Night: 30 contemporary artists at Iberê Camargo Foundation
"I keep stumbling over the same feelings of disbelief and joy while thinking that my work will join that of the distinguished artists who have received the Hasselblad Award before. I also feel gratitude for the honour that is granted to me, which encourages me to keep working with intensity and passion." - Oscar Muñoz
Oscar Muñoz is the winner of the Hasselblad Foundation International Award 2018
This exhibition aims to make visible the influence of these three cultures in the art of the second half of the 20th century in Spain, an aspect so present in the work of the artists of that time as little explored yet. Its title borrowed the meaning in chemistry is used the term "principle", according to which an active element, alone or together with others, "reacts" when mixed or become soluble and produces shapes, colors and new structures and very different from each other.
The Asia principle: China, Japan, India and contemporary art at Fundación Juan March
From Marth 8th until March 11th, one of the most important events in the art world and its eight satellites fairs open their doors to present the most innovative proposals of contemporary art.
Armory Show: everything there is to know about the New York fair.
Argentine artist Deborah Jafif (1961) presents a site specific installation at the Borges Cultural Center, accompanied by a curatorial text by Victoria Cobos.
Deborah Jafif en el Centro Cultural Borges
The Embassy of Chile in Italy pays homage to the artist Francisco Smythe in the city where he made important part of his work, Florence, in the Medici Riccardi Palace, with works of important collections from the regions of Tuscany, Lazio and Campania. Curated by Antonio Arévalo and Paulina Humeres.
Francisco Smythe & Florencia at the Medici Riccardi Palace
Three Argentinean galleries (Mite, Walden and UV Studios) and a Guatemalan (Proyecto Ultravioleta) will participate of the New York New Art Dealers - NADA, New York
NADA 2018: Mite, Walden, UV Studios y Proyecto Ultravioleta representan a latinoamérica en la feria de Nueva York
The Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires opens its 2018 calendar with an exhibition of the artist Sara Facio that presents her photographic work on Juan Domingo Perón, between the years 1972 and 1974. A documentary record of the events in Argentina's polics on the Peronism, captured by the unique look of Facio, one of the argentinean referents of photography of the 20th century.
"Perón": Sara Facio at MALBA
Fragmentary II of uruguayan artist Peter Tyler is an exhibition that brings together a group of works that, from of the use of everyday objects used for measurement, seek to awaken in the viewer experiences and concerns that invite us to think about the perspective in which things are observed.
RAGMENTARY II: Pedro Tyler at Galería del Paseo / Lima
Ubu Editor presents the book Cildo: studies, space, time on the artist Cildo Meireles in the Brazilian Gallery Luisa Strina Gallery.
Cildo: studies, spaces, time
The exhibition Collateral in the Amparo Museum in Mexico introduces the policy of distinctive infiltration of Yoshua Okón, in which various groups and social formations - the "protectors of the border," real estate agents who work in the suburbs, advocates of small towns - and reinvent their own routines, combining them with speculative fantasies and delusions.
Collateral: Yoshua Okon at Amparo Museum, Mexico
The Crystal Palace and Public Faith are part of Agora: a blueprint for Utopia, a program of artistic commissions for the Museo Jumex square, which explores the notions of public space through the commitment, participation and collaboration.
Paul Ramirez Jonas for Jumex Museum
This February of 2018 marked the 35th anniversary of the creation of the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wifredo Lam. On the occasion of the celebration several activities will be carried out throughout the year that will be aimed at promoting the work of the institution.